The Monologue Form

Most people naturally think in monologue form.

One voice jumps around from thought to thought to thought.

For example, it might go: "What should I have for lunch, what did I eat yesterday, I can’t believe yesterday went by so fast, time is weird, I wonder what time feels like at the speed of light."

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How to Become A More Powerful Thinker

How to Become A More Powerful Thinker

Freedom in Thought

The monologue flows like an unfiltered stream.
  • Sometimes, a sip of your own thoughts inflates you, giving you Icarus wings to soar with. You see yourself as bigger, better and higher than you are. It makes you overly confident, prideful, and pompous. You see more fault with the rest of the world than yourself.
  • But sometimes, a sip of your own thoughts deflates you. It makes you feel weaker and heavier than you are. It makes you feel useless, worthless, unconfident and overly critical.

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Transform Your Internal Monologue into a Dialogue.
  • The first voice acts as the writer and creator.
  • The second voice acts as the editor and destroyer.

You have a dialogue with yourself, from two opposite points of view, creating something, destroying it and refining it—constantly working towards an idea that is indestructible, inextinguishable, timeless.

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